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Small ball under jaw, kinda by ear. Hurts. Ear feels "full" Ear infection? Or should I be more concerned about bump. Mild pain when I swallow

Reactive Lymph node. Sounds like you may have and ear infection. The lymph nodes in that area would be expected to have increased activity as demonstrated by being somewhat more noticeable to larger as well as local tenderness. Get your ear checked, the doc will check the local lymph nodes at the same time to be thorough. Read more...

I have pain in my left ear when I swallow. No pain in my throat. Is it TMJ or a ear infection?

Ear pain. It could be either but without an examination it's hard to say. Read more...
Eustachian tube. Usually pain associated with swallowing involves pressure changes across the ear drum caused when the Eustachian tube allows air into the middle ear.If you can recreate the pain by yawning this should also allow air entry and may stop the pain. If it persists, an exam is needed. This can occur while you are developing a middle ear infection. Read more...

I've had an ear infection took medication now all it does is pops but shortly after my throat hut when I swallow food and drink even when I cough?

See your doctor. Symptoms and concerns like these mandate a thorough evaluation by your doctor. Only after such an evaluation, which may include labs and radiographic examinations, can he/she let you know what's going on and how best to help you. Read more...
Don't worry. Sore throat has many causes: a virus that is causing your cold and cough, throat irritation from mouth breathing or the cough or a bacterial infection. Strept throat is usually covered by whatever antibiotic you took for the ear infection so don't worry. Read more...

I am having pain in my right ear and throat. Every time I swallow it hurts really bad. I also have chills. Is this an ear infection or a virus?

Viral ; or bacterial. A viral infection can produce sore throat and fever. The ear pain can be related to the viral infection with fluid collecting in ear or superimposed bacterial infection. You should be checked by physician looking into your ears and at your throat. Read more...